William the Concreter: A Comedy Set in 1077
by John Hyland
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It's 1077 and all over England rich Normans are replacing their old wooden forts with the latest word in stone castles. In West Suffolk Blaggard de Burgundy has become fabulously rich through the "Acceptable exploitation of his Saxon tenant farmers" a phrase coined by the Eastern Daily Tapestry. What could possibly go wrong when he hires a firm of Saxon "cowboy builders" to construct his new castle? The young Saxon builder Pendraed is the driving force behind their dastardly plan to build a castle they will be proud of when it falls down! Unfortunately, love and treachery soon blow Pendraed off course when he meets the beautiful Norman lady Gethsemane who just happens to be the ward of his sworn enemy Captain Flynn. This hilarious story comes to a fitting climax that will keep you guessing until the last paragraph.
- Original Writing (UK) Limited, June 2012
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